George McKenzie - The Girl Who Had No Fear (George McKenzie, Book 4)

By Marnie Riches

‘Fast-paced, enthralling and heartrending; I couldn’t put it down’ C. L. TAYLOR

Amsterdam: a city where sex sells and drugs come easy. Four dead bodies have been pulled from the canals – and that number’s rising fast. Is a serial killer on the loose? Or are young clubbers falling prey to a lethal batch of crystal meth?

Chief Inspector Van den Bergen calls on criminologist Georgina McKenzie to help him solve this mystery. George goes deep undercover among the violent gangs of Central America. Working for the vicious head of a Mexican cartel, she must risk her own life to find the truth.

With murder everywhere she turns, can George get people to talk before she is silenced for good?

A pulse-pounding race against time, perfect for fans of Stieg Larsson and Jo Nesbo.

What readers are saying about The Girl Who Had No Fear:

I LOVED LOVED LOVED The Girl Who Had No Fear… Those of you who have not met George, you need to sort it out NOW. Read #thegirlwho series and find out why we all love it so much’ Reader review

‘If you enjoyed Steig Larsson’s Girl With The Dragon Tattoo series then this this series is for you… I can’t get enough George McKenzie.’ Reader review

A high octane thriller of a read… A fantastic read!’ Reader review

Format: ebook
Release Date: 01 Dec 2016
Pages: None
ISBN: 978-0-00-820399-3
Marnie Riches grew up on a rough estate in Manchester, aptly within sight of the dreaming spires of Strangeways prison. Able to speak five different languages, she gained a Masters degree in Modern & Medieval Dutch and German from Cambridge University. She has been a punk, a trainee rock star, a pretend artist, a property developer and professional fundraiser. In her spare time, she likes to run, mainly to offset the wine and fine food she consumes with great enthusiasm.


”'Fast-paced, enthralling and heartrending; I couldn’t put it down” - C. L. Taylor

”'A name to watch!” - BARRY FORSHAW

”'A strong, edgy debut that deserves to do well” - CLARE MACKINTOSH